When NASCAR stripped the win from Ryan Newman after an illegal carburetor spacer was found on his modified, my first reaction was, wait, WTF?
Read this week’s Power Rankings and see if your driver was eating lobster or wondering why his tire bead melted in Loudon.
I was tasked with detailing the plight of the newest NASCAR phenomenon: The Lame Duck Driver.
Did the strength of Kyle Busch’s victory, pushing him ahead of Kevin Harvick in points, have him climbing to the top in our weekly Power Rankings?
Carl Edwards lost the points lead on Saturday night at Daytona – did he also lose the top spot in the Power Rankings to new top dog Kevin Harvick?
Will Kurt Busch’s No. 22 team be a threat for the championship come Chase time or will they self-destruct once again?
Employing strategy similar to the Penske Racing cars, David Gilliland had to scratch and claw for his 12th-place result at Sonoma.
I would put David Ragan back in the lineup this weekend. He has a pair of top 10s in eight starts there and the Roush cars are always strong in the Irish Hills.
The tricky triangle in the Pocono Mountains threw the competitors some curveballs this spring, the unique three-turn track paired with the return of shifting.
If controversy and drama are the keys to survival, NASCAR’s battery would be fully-charged.
For the second week in a row the NASCAR Cup Series race came down to fuel mileage; only this time, the car in front was able to make his fuel last at Kansas.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. ran out of gas exiting the fourth corner on the final lap, allowing Kevin Harvick to claim his third win of the season in the World 600.